Dig Those Dinosaurs

Dig Those Dinosaurs Dig dig dig those dinosaurs So big big big those dinosaurs Rig rig rig those dinosaurs Dig those dinosaur bones The rhythmical text and lively well researched illustrations follow a paleontolog

  • Title: Dig Those Dinosaurs
  • Author: Lori Haskins Houran Francisca Marquez
  • ISBN: 9780807515792
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dig, dig, dig those dinosaurs So big, big, big those dinosaurs Rig, rig, rig those dinosaurs Dig those dinosaur bones The rhythmical text and lively, well researched illustrations follow a paleontologist and his crew as they find, clean, assemble, and exhibit dinosaur bones The read aloud fun is accompanied by up to date facts about dinosaur fossils Educational and Dig, dig, dig those dinosaurs So big, big, big those dinosaurs Rig, rig, rig those dinosaurs Dig those dinosaur bones The rhythmical text and lively, well researched illustrations follow a paleontologist and his crew as they find, clean, assemble, and exhibit dinosaur bones The read aloud fun is accompanied by up to date facts about dinosaur fossils Educational and inspiring, this story is bound to captivate little scientists.

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    1. Summary: The beginning of the books is rhythmic and works well as a piggyback song during read aloud. The last pages give interesting facts about Paleontology. This book will appeal to early readers that love science!Activity: turn the first portion of the book into a piggyback song so the children can sing along. Read the facts at the end of the book then work together to come up with actions related to "big," "Jig(saw)," "Rig," and "dig" based on the facts they are given. Sing the song again w [...]

    2. This one is a definite for "diggin'" into summer reading 2013 for sure! Love the rhythm, and it opens up way for discussion of dinosaurs - and what kid can resist dinosaurs??

    3. "Dig, dig, dig those dinosaurs/ So big, big, big those dinosaurs/ Rig, rig, rig those dinosaurs/ Dig those dinosaur bones." The rhythmical text and lively, well-researched illustrations follow a paleontologist and his crew as they find, clean, assemble, and exhibit dinosaur bones. The read-aloud fun is accompanied by up-to-date facts about dinosaur fossils. Educational and inspiring, this story is bound to captivate little scientists.HCPL Juv Nonfiction 567.9 Hou

    4. (2012)Paleontologists discover dinosaur bones, clean them, piece them together and build them for others to see. Very detailed pictures of the process while words remain very simple so that little listeners can join in and "read" the story. Includes two-page spread of informational paragraphs explaining the process in more detail.Themes: dinosaurs, paleontology, fossils, words that rhyme with "dig"Ideas: Great read aloud fun for young students. They can join in and "read" the story. Also, good f [...]

    5. DIG THOSE DINOSAURS by Lori Haskins Houran,Illustrated by Francisca Marquez is an wonderful Children's Book/Educational. Debut author,and what a wonderful job she has done. Well written,with engaging characters,easy to follow,rhythmical text and well researched. A wonderful addition to any library. Young readers are sure to be engaged while they learn a bit about Paleontologist. "Dig Those Dinosaurs" is a great read for both young and older readers. While,it is suggested for ages 4-7,I believe o [...]

    6. A fun read aloud with chanted text and soft illustrations that detail the process from dinosaur dig to dinosaurs exhibited at the museum. Following the story are brief paragraphs giving background information on every step of the process from unearthing a dinosaur to showcasing it for the world. This would be a great book for sharing with toddlers/preschoolers just beginning to take an interest in dinosaurs. It's a great read aloud and would help prepare a child for what they might see in a muse [...]

    7. This is definitely an early learning book. It uses a predictable word patterns and uses rhyming. I would almost consider this a wordless book. At the end of the book there is some information given about the process of finding and displaying dinosaur bones but for the most part it's a very simplistic book. This would be a good interactive read aloud book stopping at every page to ask what is happening in the illustrations.

    8. Dig Those DinosaursAudio book that tells of when a scientist digs at a site. Tools they use: toilet paper, toothbrush and shovels.Lots of repetitious words but I can't tell what they are doing on the pages. Fossils including bones and dropping are located at the NY museum.I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).

    9. This is a very musical and repetitious book about dinosaurs and how their bones get into museums. Children will learn different vocabulary while reading this book and be able to read it along with their caregiver very quickly. All of the words that they will learn rhyme with “dig” and have to do with paleontology. The pictures are great and it is an excellent book for young children!

    10. Found this after I finished my Dinosaurs class. It's a great way of looking at an archaeology team searching, finding, digging up, moving, researching, preserving, displaying and showing others about their dinosaur bones all in a poem. Lovely artwork too. I'll try and remember this for when I teach dinosaurs again.

    11. When my preschoolers were studying paleontology, Dig Those Dinosaurs became a key text. They loved singing the text as a song and the illustrations helped them think about various aspects of a paleontologist's job.

    12. This would be kind of perfect if we were doing toddler-specific story times during this year's SRP. Unfortunately we're doing all ages ones, so it might be a bit too young for preschoolers and older kids -- but one to keep in mind for future toddler story times.

    13. I would recommend this book for three year old children. The sentences are very basic and highly repetitive that slightly older children become annoyed with constantly repeating "dig, dig, dig".Rating 3 out of 5 Read@Book

    14. Simple dino book about a dino dig - 3&4 yr. old storytime. Song didn't seem to flow very well to any particular tune though.

    15. Very simple text (like a song) with nice illustrations. I liked the section at the end that explained each part of the text (digging, putting the dinosaur bones together like a puzzle etc).

    16. Fun predictable book for emergent readers. We enjoyed the patterns and rhymes in the book that enabled my 4-year-old to easily "read" the book. :)

    17. The illustrations were ok in this book, but it's basically just a repetition book for very small children. Not really anything to learn about dinosaurs here.

    18. Good for very, very young dino-lovers. Not sure this would hold ages 3 and up, as the text is pretty repetitive, but that might make this a good choice for early readers.

    19. This book is so much fun to read aloud at story time. The catchy rhythm and rhyme make it very engaging for little listeners.

    20. Good book to have when teaching a lesson on paleontology, but would need further explanation than what is shown in the text. This book may need a non-fiction supplement to read along with it.

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